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My only fear is the bones pieces touching metal... I ruined a star bucks tumbler because the top plastic part was touching a metal spoon. I do hope this does not happen here. :unsure:

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My only fear is the bones pieces touching metal... I ruined a star bucks tumbler because the top plastic part was touching a metal spoon. I do hope this does not happen here. :unsure:

This is post washing, so... no problems  so far! 

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My only fear is the bones pieces touching metal... I ruined a star bucks tumbler because the top plastic part was touching a metal spoon. I do hope this does not happen here. :unsure:

The is generally due to the drying phase and not the washing phase. If you disable that no problems at all as it will never get hot enough to have a chance to melt the plastic.

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My only fear is the bones pieces touching metal... I ruined a star bucks tumbler because the top plastic part was touching a metal spoon. I do hope this does not happen here. :unsure:

The is generally due to the drying phase and not the washing phase. If you disable that no problems at all as it will never get hot enough to have a chance to melt the plastic.

 

Yeah, I didn't use the drying phase... 

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Tonight I'm going to hit it up with some other colors with the airbrush. Since I'm planning on using this set for Frostgrave, there isn't going to be a whole lot of (any) green, which is what I'd usually use to hint at moss. Instead, I'll be going with browns. We'll see how that goes...

 

But yes, the airbrush makes rather short work of the terrain. So far at least...

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DAVE,

 

Please do not make the mistake I did!

 

Clean up the mold lines before you go any farther and regret it!

 

I did.... (regret not doing it....)

 

George

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I'm going over the ruins now... which were the mold likes that really bugged you? Most of them seem to be hidden fairly well. 

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I'm going over the ruins now... which were the mold likes that really bugged you? Most of them seem to be hidden fairly well. 

Sorry to take so long...

Going over parts....

Archway- concave side line follows both arches close to edge. Tall side line up left hand side. Sort side, see my thread, I covered it with flock.

Top of Tower- outside from window ledge down to right around damaged section, then along 'lip', around to vertical damaged section. The broken window has a line as well.

Tower Base- All along exterior archways.

"Hoard Piece"- Concave side up arch on left.

Small Step- Convex side right corner into damaged area.

These are the problems that I see now that I look at mine, some I know I covered with the flocking...

Good Luck with yours!

 

George

 

They all bother me.... I should have treated this as a mini, not just the 'base'....

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